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Barbarathermen, Trier

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  • Totally obscure places included for not evident reason in the list of "world heritage" by UNESCO. The pitiful remnants of its former greatness. Trenches and foundations, due to identify the tracks of ...  more »
  • After a walk along the River Moselle to have a look at the old cranes (at Kranenufer) and the Roman Bridge, we arrived at the Unesco World Heritage ruins of the Barbara Thermae (‘Barbarathermen’ in Ge...  more »
  • One of several major Roman antiquities in Trier the site features English translations of exhibit descriptions. This was a very large thermal bath. Enough was excavated to give you a good overview but...  more »
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  • Good place to visit on your own to understand how the roman baths worked. Free entrance, but not covered.
  • Not busy at all, great information and view from the walk way. We found this to be a much better visit with an emphasis on preservation and restoration - very different from the amphitheatre & Kaiser thermal baths where unsupervised school groups run freely damaging historic ruins, climbing walls and playing tag.
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  • Only a few ruins to see and some panels that tell the story of the baths. Is not worth the price of admission.
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  • Outside of Rome the biggest ancient Spa North of the Alps! From the Vista bridge is good to see the extensive excavation and superbly illustrated and described. Admission free and definitely a visit tip!
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